A paper based on a talk given to a meeting of the Society of Construction
Law in London on 3rd April 2001.
The author, the draftsman of the contract, looks in some detail at PPC
2000, a single multi-party contract whereby the client, constructor (contractor)
and all consultants work together under the same terms and conditions.
Introduction - Why a new form of contract? - Why any contract
at all? - The multi-party approach - Integrated process -
Control - isk - Measurement of performance - The project
and the partnering team - Core group - Client representative
- Partnering adviser - Design process - Timetables -
isks - PPC 2000 in practice - ole of supply chain -
Specialist contracts - Price - Profit - Incentives -
Changes - Delay/disruption - Key performance indicators -
Warranty options - Problems and disputes - Conclusion.
The author:. David Mosey LLB, FSA is a partner and head of the project
and construction group, Trowers & Hamlins, solicitors, in London.
Text 17 pages.
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